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These days creating a website doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming. Learn how to photograph your artwork, carefully select and register a website domain name, set up hosting and work with Wordpress to make and maintain your own website. Designing web pages, setting up a blog, creating an online portfolio, and even adding the ability to sell online will also be covered. With the help of a professional designer and artist, participants will gain the confidence and knowledge needed for producing and nurturing an engaging, visually appealing website that enhances their brand!
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Desktop, iOS and Android.
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|Section 1: Tips for getting great photos of your work|
|Section 2: Why use Wordpress, and getting set up with a domain and hosting|
What is Wordpress and why use it
Getting a domain name and setting up hosting
|Section 3: Working with Wordpress|
A tour of the Wordpress Dashboard
|Section 4: Design themes|
Design theme primer
How to choose a great theme
|Section 5: Building a site step by step|
Demo of how to create your website
The wonderful world of plugins
|Section 6: Resources and Review|
Useful links I've gathered that will make life easier
Review of what we've covered
|Section 7: PLUS, AS A BONUS YOU GET...|
How to add basic ecommerce functionality so you can sell your work online
A graduate from Pratt, Warren has over twenty years of design experience. He works as a UX designer in web and mobile formats and led Intuit’s Payments Division design team for over eight years. He is the owner of PortfolioSpring, a company that provides visually appealing, affordable websites for creative entrepreneurs. A founding member of the Belmont Art Association, Warren has an open-to-the-public art studio on Trapelo Road in Belmont MA.